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Samsung will pay your monthly instalments if you switch to its high-end smartphones

Samsung has a great promotion going on right now if you want to switch to its recently released high-end smartphones. The South Korean smartphone giant is willing to pay your monthly smartphone instalment bills from your carrier until 2016 if you purchase a new smartphone from the company.

If you purchase the Galaxy S6, the Galaxy S6 edge, the Galaxy S6 edge+, or the Galaxy Note 5, from the carrier of your choice, Samsung will reimburse your monthly payments for the phone till 2016 (upto $120). This offer is applicable only when you trade in your current smartphone for one of these smartphones from Samsung.

To claim this promotional offer, you need to head to Samsung’s dedicated website to register your email address. Then, head to your carrier, trade in your current smartphone, and purchase any one of smartphone that are listed above. If you are trading in an eligible iPhone, Samsung is making the deal even sweeter by including a $100 Google Play credit.

Samsung Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, Galaxy S6 Edge Plus, and Galaxy Note 5 Promotional Offer

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SenorSjon
SenorSjon

I’m actually looking for a tablet with stylus for taking work notes, but is very hard to find one. Not updating isn’t helping, so I’m probably moving towards a Surface 3 tablet now.

Nam3less
Nam3less

Well like some other users i am peeved too and agree to their point. Why do other markets dont have such offers. In Asia its worse than US too where the prices are higher to begin with. In US at least on avg the outright price would cost maybe a week or two of salary and similar in EU too. But in Asia it would be either a month salary or almost there and we never get any kind of discount or trial program or anything. I bought the S6 at launch and we didnt any further discount when the… Read more »

ArrogantAdept
ArrogantAdept

Samsung’s actions have become so desperate it’s the whole new level of low. Provide the devices the way your loyal customers want as you’ve made them used to of the best and now just because you’re losing patience and want everything right away you’ve become a beggar. Have some respect for yourself and for your loyal customers around the world and not just in USA. Promotions in USA, discounts in USA, devices being launched in USA, I mean get a grip. (Rant Over)

Leedsnyc
Leedsnyc

Why is the American market SO important to then that they’ll throw money at you, literally, if you have an iPhone just to get you over to a Samsung phone. First they totally ignore the European market, then they announce promotion after promotion in America – I’m sure that can be seen as bribery! Samsung are getting to desperate note that it’s becoming embarrassing. The European market has never seen any promotion from Samsung whatsoever. It’s even scarce to see them offer a wireless charger with a new phone but never cash back or Play Store credit.

rainerm
rainerm

Fully agreed.
However, the s6 and s6 edge are getting a €100 cashback in Germany just these days, I think I read similar for Netherlands?
Probably the last straw to report ANY success?
Might become a long, thirsty time until they release a high end phone which may sell well again.
Hey, how about offering a Note 5 Retro with such stone-age features like SD Cards and removable Batteries?
Just as a try?
How about a vote how many viewers would buy it??

SenorSjon
SenorSjon

It is € 75 for the S6 (Edge) (+)

Usually money or gadget incentives are only at launch (this time it was a wireless charger). But you could buy almost 10 of those for the price drop the phone has made.

Solun
Solun

The company does what is best for the company. If it was any good for them to do such promotion here in the EU, they would do it. It is one of the world´s most successful companies for a reason.

Also, the US doesn´t pay up to 20% tax on electronics like we do in some EU countries including mine so that definitely makes room for doing discounts.

Leedsnyc
Leedsnyc

The terms and conditions state that the offer “excludes all activation fees, taxes and data/wireless costs and charges.” So sales tax has nothing to do with the offer from what it says on the promotion site. I agree that sales tax isn’t as high in America but with this offer not including “taxes” then it’s highly possible that Samsung can do such promotions in Europe but they just don’t and they clearly don’t think of Europe as a highly as America with not releasing the Note 5. The €100 offer in Germany is great but we never get any promotions… Read more »

kronicle
kronicle

Are you retarded or what? In EU they don’t have to concern themselves with anticompetitive carriers like Verizon and AT&T here in the US. Carriers that have far more power than phone makers do…. all except Apple. So here phone makers are forced to take steps to compete against these carriers and Apple who think they own us! EU actually has far better laws and control that force greater competition than we have with just two carriers with over 75% of Mobile customers. That’s why Samsung only offers these deals here. To level the playing field and take back at… Read more »

Leedsnyc
Leedsnyc

For what it’s worth, calling someone “retarded” is not just rude but politically incorrect and abusive! If you want to make a point, do it without kicking someone down just because they have their own opinion which they’re quite entitled to have and voice. If anything, you’re the one who doesn’t have the intelligence to actually use words that are not offensive and voice your opinion without attacking someone. Learn to be less of an idiot and more of someone who can form sentences without abusing people! I don’t know if you’re aware that the EU is not a country!… Read more »

ProdByEchelon
ProdByEchelon

I wish this applied to any phone because I’m tired of this Note 4

yathani
yathani

you forgot Tab S2 as well on 5.0.2 which is their news flagship tablet